Together, we can amplify the reach of your digital collections by sharing them free of paywalls on JSTOR, the platform trusted by millions around the world. We’re developing a selection of options for building and publishing your collections to suit your institution’s needs:

  • Amplify the reach of your collections — your way. With the basic hosting tool, we’re simplifying the laborious process of building and hosting websites for your digital collections. Publishing to JSTOR will be fast and reliable thanks to easy, self-service tools and a healthy system of backend support.
  • Leave the work to us! Add harvesting to your selections and we’ll build and publish your collections on JSTOR and/or upload them to Portico for preservation. There are no limits to the number of objects, collections, or updates!
  • Take charge of your digital collections with ease. JSTOR Forum gives you the power to effortlessly manage and share your digital collections on JSTOR or on your own Omeka sites. Web-based, with campus/enterprise access and unlimited users, JSTOR Forum can readily expand across departments and projects.

You can now also preserve your collections with Portico, one of the world’s leading archives, ensuring they remain accessible, discoverable, and usable in perpetuity.

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Image credits (left to right):
Fischer Ventillos” advertising poster for Fischer Wagen A.G., Zürich. ca. 1912. Plakat gedanke und kunst collection from Minneapolis College of Art and Design.
Endre Komaromi Kacz, Landscape. Fine Arts Collection from Wofford College.
Dugald Sutherland MacColl, Troilos Slain by Achilles, drawing after exterior of an Attic red-figure kylix, 1894. Greek Vase Paintings by Harrison & MacColl (1894) from Minneapolis College of Art and Design.
Satsuma Vase. Binghamton University Art Museum Collection from Binghamton University.
Rosa Harvan Chellas Kline, Forgotten Village, 1941. Lehigh University Art Galleries Permanent Collection from Lehigh University.
Georges Barbier, The Fashion by Paquin, 1912. Edwardian Fashion Plates collection from Rhode Island School of Design.